Myths of Prenatal Alcohol and Drug Exposure

Dawn Davenport


Many adoptive parents or those considering adoption are in the position of having to decide whether they are the right family to adopt a child whose mother drank alcohol and/or use drugs during her pregnancy.  They need to look clearly at the many myths that surround the impact of prenatal alcohol and drug exposure.

Inforgraphic on Myths of FAS and Prenatal Drug Exposure

Please share this on your social media in honor of FASD Awareness Day.

Creating a Family has lots of resources to help you raise a child with FASD, including 5 Sanity Saving Tips for Kids with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). 

First published in 2015. Republished in 2019.

09/09/2019 | by Dawn Davenport | Categories: Adoption, Adoption Blog, Blog, Other Adoption Resources | 1 Comments

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